Video - Roy Keane rips in to Man Utd's latest display
Former Manchester United skipper Roy Keane offered up a brutal assessment of Louis van Gaal's side followed Sunday's 1-1 draw with Leicester at Old Trafford.
Keane was a studio guest for the Premier League as United drew 1-1 with Leicester at Old Trafford on Sunday, temporarily halting the Foxes march towards an historic title success.
Yet it was his analysis of United's display that was most cutting, as the Irishman offered up this typically honest appraisal.
"I am trying to stay positive but it is difficult," stated Keane.
"I am really disappointed, even the urgency in the second half. I was expecting an onslaught in the last 15 minutes, throw everything at Leicester but as the game went on I felt if anybody was going to score it was going to be Leicester.
"I am a bit flat after that performance but the signs have been good over the past few weeks with young players coming through.
"I was disappointed with that (display against Leicester) because I think their form has been pretty good over the last three or four weeks.
"They had a massive win in the Cup semi-final to score late on. I was expecting a bit more, they are still trying to fight for fourth, not that that is anything to be celebrated, but I think United fans will be a bit flat after that performance when there is something to play for and there was no real quality in the second half.
"But there is still a chance to get their hands on some silverware, be positive and try win the FA Cup. I was (optimistic) before the game."